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Warum sind Schwarze Frauen in And Just Like That… nur Requisiten?

Sex and the City hat so einen Kultstatus in der Popkultur, dass viele Schwarze Frauen einen Bezug dazu herstellen können – sei es durch ihre Liebe zu Cosmopolitans, durch ihre Begeisterung für Samanthas sexuelle Freiheit oder – und das ist genauso in das Vermächtnis der Serie eingebettet wie Designerschuhe –- durch ihren Wunsch, etwas gegen die mangelnde Vielfalt der Darsteller:innen in der HBO-Serie zu tun. Im Laufe der letzten 20 Jahre, als neue Generationen die Serie entdeckten und d...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Paris, Harlem, Charlotte, Welt, Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mary Tyler Moore, Lisa, Mir, Emily, Morgen, Mann, Rolle


Als nahöstliche Muslima hätte ich mir Ms. Marvel nie erträumt

Disney+ hat endlich seine Ms. Marvel gefunden – und die junge Superheldin kämpft nicht bloß gegen das Böse, sondern auch gegen jede Menge Stereotypen. Iman Vellani, die Tochter muslimischer Pakistani-Amerikaner:innen, schlüpft in die Rolle von Ms. Marvel alias Kamala Khan, einer jugendlichen Pakistani-Amerikanerin aus New Jersey. Obwohl Ms. Marvel schon ab 2014 ihre ersten animierten TV-Auftritte hatte (zum Beispiel in Avengers: Gemeinsam unbesiegbar und Marvel Rising: Neue Helden), ist Ve...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Disney, New Jersey, Paris, Ms Marvel, Mindy Kaling, Welt, Blick, Rolle, Westen, Familie, Beispiel, Dann, Ramy, Universum


Das passiert, wenn die Kandidat:innen bei Finger weg! Sex haben

In Netflix’ Reality-Show Finger weg! (Original: Too Hot To Handle) gibt es ein paar ganz klare Regeln: Absolut kein Sex (egal, welcher Art), und auch Küssen oder sexuelle Berührungen sind tabu. Wenn die Kandidat:innen diese Regeln brechen und trotzdem miteinander schlafen, kostet sie das einen ordentlichen Happen ihres Preisgelds. Das Konzept der Serie ist simpel: Die teilnehmenden Singles sollen tiefe Beziehungen zueinander entwickeln, denen (wenn es nach der Show geht) der Sex in die Quere ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Netflix, Paris, Alexa, Morgen, Daher, Lana, Hause, Geld, Susi, Fokus, Natürlich, Bindung, Staffel, Berührungen


How French Music Teacher Nadia Boulanger Raised a Generation of Composers: Aaron Copland, Leonard Bernstein, Quincy Jones, Philip Glass & More

One of my favorite quotes about creativity comes from 20th-century electric bass virtuoso Jaco Pastorius: “You don’t get better, you grow.” The aspiration to get “better” implies a category of “best” – a height artists frequently despair of ever reaching. Pastorius rejected a state of perfection, which would mean stopping, going no further, freezing in place. “One can always learn more. One can always understand more. The question is to provide yourself with confidence.” That wisdom come...
Tags: Facebook, Music, College, America, Paris, Jaco Pastorius, Quincy Jones, Igor Stravinsky, Aaron Copland, Monsieur, Durham NC Follow, Ned Rorem, Pastorius, Nadia Boulanger, Boulanger, Virgil Thomson


Sharleen Spiteri: ‘I blew my drink at Paris Hilton. We ended up nose to nose’

After tens of millions of sales and with a UK tour this month, the Texas frontwoman answers readers’ questions, from enmity with the reality star to friendship with Thierry Henry What was your best memory or high point of your career so far with Texas? RainbowEden47Having another hit album [2021’s Hi], all these years in, feels poignant, because the beginning feels like yesterday. There’s been amazing moments like Glastonbury or playing to 175,000 people in Valencia, but the funnier stuff makes ...
Tags: Music, UK, Texas, Culture, Pop and rock, Paris, Clint Eastwood, Paris Hilton, Thierry Henry, Mercedes, Duran Duran, Valencia, Glastonbury, Wu-tang Clan, Debbie, Debbie Harry


Shaping The Noises Of Animals Into A Grand Symphonic Sound Installation

Composer-performer and “soundscape ecologist” Bernie Krause has used 5,000 hours of field recordings, made over 50 years and featuring 15,000 species, to create The Great Animal Orchestra, commissioned in 2016 by the Fondation Cartier in Paris and opening this year in the US and Australia in 2023. – Artnet
Tags: Art, Music, Australia, US, Paris, Fondation Cartier, Bernie Krause


Wo sind die Schwarzen Frauen in Emily in Paris und Lupin?

Emily in Paris. (L to R) Ashley Park as Mindy, Camille Razat as Camille, Lily Collins as Emily in episode 202 of Emily in Paris. Cr. Carole Bethuel/Netflix © 2021 In den letzten Jahren erweitern Streamingdienste ihre Produktionen um immer mehr französische Geschichten. Und während Netflix’ internationales Team schon seit einiger Zeit französischen Content lizensiert und selbst produziert, war Emily in Paris wohl die größte Goldgrube – eine (vielleicht sogar zu) heitere Serie mit Lily Coll...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Netflix, Paris, Cannes, Kontakt, Bild, Emily, Mann, Rolle, Yves Saint Laurent, Bedeutung, Lily Collins, Stempel, Leid, Monat


Emily in Paris: Warum wir über die Oben-ohne-Szene sprechen sollten

Gegen Ende der Brexit-Übergangszeit im letzten Jahr nahm ich meinen ganzen Mut zusammen und zog nach Paris. Ein Monat danach erschien die Sendung Emily in Paris auf Netflix. Ich hatte nicht vor, sie mir anzusehen, aber nachdem ich unzählige Nachrichten von Freund:innen erhalten hatte, die mich „Faye in Paris“ nannten, konnte ich nicht anders. Weil ich es unterhaltsam fand, dass das Pariser Leben so anders dargestellt wurde, als es tatsächlich ist, machte ich nicht Halt bei der ersten Staffel. Wa...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Paris, Brigitte Bardot, Jules, Emily, Schwarz, Auch, Raum, Kopf, Weil, Weise, Buch, Frau, Faye


The Last-Minute Saviors Of The Paris Opera Ballet

“When Valentine Colasante was called up to replace an injured dancer in the Paris Opera’s Don Quixote, a three-hour ballet that she had performed exactly once before, she didn’t even have time to be nervous.” And she was lucky: she had three days’ notice. – Yahoo! (AFP)
Tags: Art, Music, Paris, Don Quixote, Paris Opera Ballet, Valentine Colasante


Catholic Protesters Shut Down This Singer’s Concerts In Paris, So She Held A Secret Gig

Why? “Protesters accused Anna von Hausswolff of playing the ‘devil’s music.’ But the priest who cancelled her planned Paris show said that was wrong.” What year is this again? – BBC
Tags: Art, Music, Paris, ANNA VON HAUSSWOLFF


Supermodel Karen Elson on fashion’s toxic truth: ‘I survived harassment, body shaming and bullying – and I’m one of the lucky ones’

She has been at the top of the industry for decades. Now she’s speaking out about the dark reality of life behind the scenes When Karen Elson was a young hopeful trying to make it in Paris, a model scout took her to a nightclub. After long days on the Métro trekking to castings that came to nothing, and evenings alone in a run-down apartment, she was excited to be out having fun. The music was good and the scout, to whom her agent had introduced her, kept the drinks coming. She started to feel t...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Celebrity, Women, Life and style, UK News, World news, US news, Culture, Feminism, Pop and rock, Models, Paris, Manchester, Greater Manchester, Sexual Harassment


Doom Metal Organist Picketed By French Catholics Who Call Her Music “Satanic”

One critic describes Anna von Hausswolff’s music as “where post-rock, doom metal, modern classical and high church music all coexist.” Her concert at a church in Nantes was called off after protesters chanting Hail Marys blocked the entrance; tonight’s performance at Saint-Eustache in Paris is cancelled. – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Music, Paris, Nantes, Hail Marys, ANNA VON HAUSSWOLFF, Saint Eustache


Belgian pop sensation Angèle: ‘When we speak about feminism, people are afraid’

A million-selling superstar at home and in France, she discusses her confrontation with Playboy, growing up in a famous family and being publicly outed as bisexualA few years ago, a popular pub quiz question involved naming 10 famous Belgians. The answers often revealed more about British cultural ignorance than Belgium’s ability to produce international celebrities, given that the fictional Tintin and Hercule Poirot were the best many could come up with.The game has got easier since the rise of...
Tags: Europe, Music, France, Culture, Pop and rock, Paris, Belgium, Playboy, Hercule Poirot, Angele


Josephine Baker, music hall star and civil rights activist, enters Panthéon

French-American war hero is first Black woman inducted into Paris mausoleum for revered figuresJosephine Baker, the French-American civil rights activist, music hall superstar and second world war resistance hero, is set to become the first Black woman to enter France’s Panthéon mausoleum of revered historical figures – taking the nation’s highest honour at a moment when tensions over national identity and immigration are dominating the run-up to next year’s presidential race.The elaborate cerem...
Tags: Europe, Music, France, US, World news, US news, Culture, Second world war, Missouri, Paris, Civil rights movement, Baker, Pantheon, Emmanuel Macron, Josephine Baker


Black French-American rights activist Josephine Baker enters Panthéon

Cabaret star and war hero is first Black woman inducted into France’s mausoleum for revered figuresJosephine Baker, the French-American civil rights activist, music hall superstar and second world war resistance hero, is set to become the first Black woman to enter France’s Panthéon mausoleum of revered historical figures – taking the nation’s highest honour at a moment when tensions over national identity and immigration are dominating the run-up to next year’s presidential race.The elaborate c...
Tags: Europe, Music, France, US, World news, US news, Culture, Second world war, Missouri, Paris, Civil rights movement, Baker, Emmanuel Macron, Josephine Baker


The Guardian view on Josephine Baker: a timely addition to the Panthéon | Editorial

President Macron’s decision to honour a consummate black artist and civil rights activist sends an important messageAbove the portico columns of the Panthéon in Paris, which was completed the year after the storming of the Bastille, a solemn inscription reads, “To Great Men From a Grateful Nation”. Well over 200 years later, the famous mausoleum remains overwhelmingly the resting place of male heroes of the French nation, from Jean-Jacques Rousseau to Jean Moulin. But on Tuesday they will be joi...
Tags: Europe, Music, France, Race, America, US news, Culture, Paris, Martin Luther King, Civil rights movement, Baker, Pantheon, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Josephine Baker


Watch Django Reinhardt & Stéphane Grappelli Play Masterfully Together in Vivid Color (1938)

Few jazz guitarists today could claim to be entirely free of the influence of Django Reinhardt. This despite the fact that he lost the use of two fingers — which ultimately encouraged him to develop a distinctive playing style — and that he died 68 years ago. The unfortunate abbreviation of Reinhardt’s life means that he never built a substantial body of solo work, though he did play on many recorded dates that include performances alongside Coleman Hawkins and Benny Carter. It also mean...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Technology, Film, College, France, Berlin, Pink Floyd, Paris, Seoul, Lyon, Django Reinhardt, Reinhardt, Coleman Hawkins, Stephane Grappelli, Colin Marshall


Louis Langrée, Cincinnati Symphony And Mostly Mozart Music Director, Has Big New Job In Paris

As of November 1, the 60-year-old native of France’s Alsace region will be the director of the Opéra-Comique. Among his plans are revivals of key operas that premiered there such as Carmen, The Tales of Hoffmann, and Pelléas et Mélisande. – The Violin Channel
Tags: Art, Music, France, Paris, Pelléas, Alsace, Hoffmann, Louis Langrée Cincinnati Symphony, Opéra Comique Among


The Rolling Stones Share Previously Unreleased Chi-Lites Cover Recorded 40 Years Ago

The Rolling Stones have shared a previously unreleased cover of “Troubles A’ Comin,” a deep cut from the Chi-Lites’ 1971 album (For God’s Sake) Give More Power To The People. Originally recorded in Paris in 1979 during the sessions for Tattoo You, the cover will be featured on the Lost & Found disc of the LP’s upcoming 40th anniversary reissue. The Stones debuted the cover live at their first show without drummer Charlie Watts last week, and you can listen to the new official studio version belo...
Tags: Music, The Rolling Stones, Paris, New Music, Rolling Stones, Charlie Watts, The Chi-Lites


Christine And The Queens – “Freedom” & “Comme l’oiseau”

Christine And The Queens, the art-pop project of French musician Héloïse Adelaïde Letissier, just performed live from Paris as part of the Global Citizen Festival today. And now, she’s following her appearance up by sharing two brand new songs that make up an EP called Joseph, her first new music since last year’s surprise EP La Vita Nuova. Listen below.
Tags: Music, Queens, Paris, New Music, Christine, Joseph, Christine And The Queens, Héloïse Adelaïde Letissier, EP La Vita Nuova Listen


Making Sound Art From The Bells Of Notre-Dame De Paris

“Artist Bill Fontana is currently working to record the sounds that the (cathedral) ‘hears’ through its ten monumental bells, with plans to livestream the audio at IRCAM in Paris next year, and hopefully at museums and cultural sites around the world in the future.” – The Art Newspaper
Tags: Art, Music, Paris, Ircam, Bells Of Notre Dame De Paris, Bill Fontana


Less Than Jake’s Chris DeMakes talks podcast and playing live again at Brew Ska Ska in Silverado

Less Than Jake guitarist-vocalist Chris DeMakes said returning to the stage hasn’t been as weird as he thought it would be as his band prepares to headline the annual Brew Ska Ska Craft Beer & Music Festival at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado on Saturday, Sept. 11. “I thought it was going to feel different or strange because we hadn’t played in front of a live audience for a year and a half, but all of that melted away as soon as I walked out and started going towards my microphone,” he said during...
Tags: Music, Florida, California, Sport, World, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Paris, Music Festivals, Atlantic City, Hulu, Chris, Concerts, Vinnie, Brendan


Der unnötige Gürtel der 2000er ist zurück & das hat psychologische Gründe

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Every Outfit on Sex & the City (@everyoutfitonsatc) Als Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) in Sex and the City (Staffel 4, Folge 15) einen limettengrünen Gürtel, eng um ihren oberen Bauch geschnürt, mit einem low-waisted Tropenprint-Rock, einem pinken Bauchfrei-Hemd und einem an Unkraut erinnernden Haaraccessoire kombinierte, sorgte das im Publikum für Stirnrunzeln. Selbst...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Karen, Paris, Welt, Kopf, Bella Hadid, Taschen, Griff, Mair, Denn, Grund, Beyoncé Kim Kardashian, Bauch, Dabei, Folge


Saying Goodbye to Charlie Watts (RIP), the Engine of the Rolling Stones for Half a Century

Charlie Watts, the Rolling Stones’ iconic drummer since 1962, passed away yesterday from unspecified causes at the age of 80. His death is a great loss for rock and roll. “When Charlie Watts dies, the beat stops,” Rob Harvilla writes at the Ringer, “never to be played again with such mesmerizing force, with such ultra-suave propulsion, with such casually indomitable radness.” These are not technical terms, and Watts was not a technical drummer. “I’m not a paradiddle man,” he said in 2000...
Tags: Facebook, Music, London, College, Mtv, Paris, Ronnie Wood, Martin Scorsese, Jagger, Watts, Charlie, Richards, Rolling Stones, Keef, Charlie Parker, Josh Jones


Josephine Baker to become first Black woman to enter France’s Pantheon

The musical icon, who fought with the French resistance, will be moved to the mausoleum in NovemberThe remains of Josephine Baker, a famed French-American dancer, singer and actor who also worked with the French resistance during the second world war, will be moved to the Pantheon mausoleum in November, according to an aide to President Emmanuel Macron.It will make Baker, who was born in Missouri in 1906 and buried in Monaco in 1975, the first Black woman to be laid to rest in the hallowed Paris...
Tags: Europe, Music, France, World news, Second world war, Missouri, Paris, Cabaret, Monaco, Civil rights movement, Baker, Emmanuel Macron, Josephine Baker


Deborah Copaken's Playlist for Her Memoir "Ladyparts"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Roxane Gay, and many others. Deborah Copaken's Ladyparts is a fierce and captivating memoir about life in a female body. Andrew Sean Greer wrote of the book: "Terrifying, enraging, heartbreakingly funny--I recommend it for ev...
Tags: Music, New York, Kacey Musgraves, Dicks, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Sufjan Stevens, David, Netflix, Atlantic, Brooklyn, Paris, Fleetwood Mac, Mary J Blige, Kathmandu


Die Top 9 der Teenie-Serien, die die 2000er bestimmten

Wenn du in den 2000ern aufgewachsen bist – und mit „aufgewachsen“ meine ich Zahnspangen, erste Pickel und Küsse –, kamst du in den Genuss von richtig gutem Fernsehen. Während viele Kritiker:innen immer wieder behaupten, wir würden aktuell im besten Jahrzehnt des Fernsehens leben, sehe ich das anders: Klar gibt es heute mehr Serien mit absolut wahnsinnigen Budgets (siehe: The Crown, Game of Thrones und Co.), aber die kitschigen, unendlich unrealistischen Teen-Serien meiner Jugend hatten einfach ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, California, Berlin, Netflix, Paris, Beverly Hills, Buffy, Abi, Cem, Welt, Joey, Rory, Lorelai, Gilmore Girls, Creek


Jay Z Kanye West Watch The Throne Turns 10 Years Old Today

Jay Z and Kanye West have developed a very intriguing history with each other. As we all know, Jay Z gave Kanye his shot on the track, This Can’t Be Life off the Dynasty album. Kanye brought his magic to the Jay Z’s classic Blueprint album the following year. In 2004, Kanye dropped his debut project The College Dropout which is considered a classic. Jay Z dropped his Blueprint 3 album in 2009 and Kanye released My Beautiful Twisted Dark Fantasy in 2010. The following year they put out the Watc...
Tags: Music, Jay-z, America, Albums, Kanye West, Hip Hop, Paris, Jazz, Kanye, Otis Redding, Jay Z Kanye West, Otis, Curtis Mayfield, Donda, Watch The Throne, Beyonce Niggas


DOWNLOAD ALBUM : Jay Nice – Loud Pack from Paris (Zip File)

Another newly dropped hot new jams by Jay Nice – Loud Pack from Paris, This album was published on 2021-08-05 11:01:35, You can download the zip album using any of the download links below Name: Jay Nice – Loud Pack from Paris Genre: Rap | Hip-Hop Year: 2018 Format: mp3 | 320 kbps Duration: 00:27:36 Size: 63 Mb props by HipHopA.net Name: Jay Nice – Loud Pack from Paris Genre: Rap | Hip-Hop Year: 2018 Format: mp3 | 320 kbps Duration: 00:27:36 Size: 63 Mb props by HipHopA.net DOWNLOAD F...
Tags: Paris, Jazz, Album, Jay Nice


David Hoon Kim's Playlist for His Novel "Paris Is a Party, Paris Is a Ghost"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Roxane Gay, and many others. In David Hoon Kim's Paris Is a Party, Paris Is a Ghost beauty and mystery commingle and coalesce into an unforgettable novel. Kelly Link wrote of the book: "The kind of book that holds you in a dr...
Tags: Europe, Music, Japan, London, France, Rome, Bette Davis, David, Paris, Davis, Congo, Tokyo, Denmark, Goldman, Serge Gainsbourg, Arnaud Desplechin



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